La Leona Eco Lodge
Tent-cabins in an idyllic jungle setting by the sea: a fabulous option for those wishing to be surrounded by nature.
La Leona Eco Lodge is a simple beachfront lodge located five minutes from the entrance to Corcovado National Park, within large forested grounds with numerous trails to explore. The setting is idyllic and it's a fabulous option for those wishing to be surrounded by nature.
What our clients say
We loved this place, the tent platform, outdoor shower. Tour guide was awesome,. Setting was amazing. Food was great.AH, London
Favourite accommodation of the holiday. Breath taking location. Naturalist guide Jim extremely knowledgeable and an asset to the lodge.EM, Barnsley
La Leona a real experience of the jungle – basic, yet absolutely excellent.SA, St Albans
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